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kowhai

NZ a small leguminous tree, Sophora tetraptera, of New Zealand and Chile, with clusters of yellow flowers
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Caption: Above: Reverse of the Series 3 $5 note, showing the tui and kowhai flowers.
Kowhai, a former infantry officer, called the possibilities inherent in cyber warfare "nearly limitless, and that is not a metaphor.
(31) Toni Te Kowhai, interview with author, 18 April 2010.
Privately-owned Greymouth Petroleum is starting production of gas and condensate from its Kowhai field on New Zealand's North Island.
davidii > 30 years old were round at the Kowhai River, South Island, New Zealand (Bellingham et al., 2005).
The poorly drained clay loam (Te Kowhai) showed more macropores dominant than the well-drained loam (Horotiu).
Every product in Comvita's new line contains the highest level of antibacterial activity Manuka honey and other ingredients from sustainable New Zealand sources, including Manuka leaf extract, active keratin from wool, Kawakawa and Kowhai extracts, and macadamia oil.
Assuming that you, the reader, have not seen my garden, it would be informative if I were to tell you: 'You do not know that I have a kowhai tree in my garden.' But now you know, right?
In Puamahara she surveys her street, scribbling in a notebook the names and natures of the people living on her street, Kowhai Street.
She sees Mattina as conducting research into the life-in-death existence of the inhabitants of Kowhai Street.
They share two kids: Senna Kowhai, 8, and Tane Mahuta, 6.
In these, the soil was either the poorly drained Te Kowhai silt loam ([rho] = 0.92-0.93) or the well-drained Horotiu silt loam ([rho] = 0.84-0.88 Mg/[m.sup.3]).